With Brightspot as its backend, Televisa today manages nine sites—eight of which are headless—from one CMS. Find out how it works.
By the numbers
The Televisa challenge
After leveraging several CMS platforms to manage all of its digital properties, Televisa decided to replatform its sites onto one multisite, headless CMS. The ideal solution would streamline all back-end functions, give the developers full front-end control, and make it easy to create and launch future sites independently.
Brightspot improved the quality of life for our editorial team, who can now manage sites, collaborate, and publish experiences faster and more seamlessly than ever to meet the demands of our audience. It also empowered our development team, giving them total control over the look and feel of our platform.
The Brightspot solution for Televisa
Over the course of five months, Televisa’s front-end developers and editorial teams worked side by side with the Brightspot team to learn Brightspot. After migrating all of its content and creating a model with the first headless site launch, Las Estrellas, Televisa replatformed a total of nine sites in just five months.
Televisa project highlights include:
- The ability to manage all digital properties with one CMS, unifying disparate systems and greatly reducing overhead costs.
- A custom-built tool called style selector that gives Televisa the ability to preview and control every output of Brightspot code.
- Built-in robust localization and translation capabilities that make it possible for a multilingual team to easily switch between languages and share content in both Spanish and English.
Today Televisa manages nine sites—eight of which are headless—from one powerful, multisite CMS, saving the organization time and money.